HISTORY OF THE 82ND INDIANA INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS

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By Alf G. Hunter, late Adjutant. Published by Wm. B. Burford, Indianapolis, IN, 1893. 255 pp., ills, regimental roster. In burgundy glazed cloth, 253 pp., 7.5 x 5.25”, w/glazed cover and spine lettering. Exhibits light wear & rubbing at the extremities, else VG.

This regiment was organized in August 29, 1862. Attach to the Army of the Ohio and later the Army of the Cumberland, 14th “Acorn” Corps, its service was exclusively in the western theatre. It participated in the Battles of Perryville, Stones River and Chickamauga, and the Siege of Chattanooga, before embarking on the Atlanta Campaign and Sherman’s March to the Seas and through the Carolinas, on through Johnsotn’s surrender at the Bennet House {N.C.} in late April, 1865. Mustered out immediately following the Grand Review, the 82nd Indiana lost 68 men killed and mortally wounded and 176 by disease for a total of 244.

Solid Indiana regimental collectible.  [JP]

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